Research Roundup: Show Me The Numbers

By  Susan Nunziata — May 25, 2010

Our article Mobility Is The New Normal aggregates the results of several recent reports from leading analyst firms. Our goal is to give you a one-stop snapshot of the mobility landscape for 2010 and beyond.
 
Below, you'll find the full figures from Gartner, IDC, Strategy Analytics and The NPD Group on Q1 2010 smartphone and mobile PC sales.
 
Gartner: Worldwide Smartphone Sales to End Users by Operating System
1Q10 (Thousands of Units)
 Company 1Q10 Units 1Q10 Market Share (%) 1Q09 Units 1Q09 Market Share (%) 
Symbian  24,069.8   44.3  17,825.3  48.8
Research In Motion 10,552.6  19.4  7,533.6  20.6
Apple iPhone  8,359.7  15.4  3,848.1  10.5
Google Android  5,214.7   9.6   575.3   1.6
Microsoft Windows Mobile 3,706.0 6.8 3,738.7 10.2
Linux 1,993.9 3.7 2,540.5 7.0
Other OS 404.8 0.7 445.9 1.2
Total 54,301.4 100.0 36,507.4 100.0
Source: Gartner (May 2010)
 
IDC: Top Five Smartphone Vendors, Shipments, and Market Share
Q1 2010 (Units in Millions)
Vendor 1Q10 Volumes 1Q10 Market Share 1Q09 Volumes 1Q09 Market Share
1Q10/1Q09 Change
Nokia 21.5  39.3% 13.7 39.3% 56.9%
RIM 10.6  19.4% 7.3 20.9%
45.2%
Apple  8.8  16.1% 3.8 10.9% 131.6%
HTC  2.6  4.8% 1.5  4.3% 73.3%
Motorola 2.3 4.2% 1.2 3.4% 91.7%
Others 8.9 16.3% 7.2 20.6% 23.6%
Total 54.7 100.0% 34.9 100.0% 56.7%
Note: Vendor shipments are branded shipments and exclude OEM sales for all vendors. 
Source: IDC Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker, May 6, 2010

 
Strategy Analytics: Top 3 Global Smartphone Vendor Shipments
(Millions of Units)
Vendor  FY 2008  Q1 '09  FY 2009 Q1 '10
 Nokia  60.5  13.7  67.8  21.5
 RIM  23.5  7.3  34.5  10.6
 Apple  13.7  3.8  25.1  8.8
 Others  53.4  11.1  47.3  12.8
Total 151.1 35.9 174.7 53.7
Source: Strategy Analytics, Q1 2010 Global Smartphone Market Share Update
 
Strategy Analytics: Top 3 Global Smartphone Vendor Marketshare
 Vendor   FY 08  Q1 09  FY 09  Q1 10
 Nokia  40.0%   38.2%  38.8%  40.0%
 RIM  15.5%  20.3%  19.7%  19.7%
 Apple  9.1%  10.6%  14.4%  16.4%
 Others  35.4%  30.9%  27.1%  23.8%
Total 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0%
Growth Year-over-Year 23.1% 7.5% 15.6% 49.6%
Source: Strategy Analytics, Q1 2010 Global Smartphone Market Share Update
 
The NPD Group: Market Share, Top 3 Smartphone OS Vendors
U.S. Q1 2010
 Vendor  U.S. Market Share
 RIM   36%
 Android  28%
 Apple   21%
Source: The NPD Group, "Mobile Phone Track," May 10, 2010
 
The NPD Group: Market Share, Top 4 Wireless Carriers Based On Smartphone Sales
U.S. Q1 2010
 Carrier   Market Share
 AT&T  32%
 Verizon  30%
 T-Mobile  17%
 Sprint  15%
Source: The NPD Group, "Mobile Phone Track," May 10, 2010
 
Gartner: Worldwide Mobile PC Vendor Unit Shipment Estimates
1Q10 (Thousands of Units)
Company 1Q10 Shipments 1Q10 Market Share (%) 1Q09 Shipments 1Q09 Market Share (%) 1Q09-1Q10 Growth (%)
HP 9,458.1 19.2 7,676.3 22.3 23.2
Acer 9,122.5 18.5 6,147.6 17.9 48.4
Dell 5,662.4 11.5 4,254.3 12.4 33.1
Toshiba 4,573.9 9.3 3,395.3 9.9 34.7
ASUS 4,324.0 8.8 2,030.5 5.9 113.0
Others 16,233.1 32.9 10,921.9 31.7 48.6
Total 49,374.0 100.0 34,425.9 100.0 43.4
Source: Gartner (May 2010)

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